Maurizio Sarri is close to ‘the point of no return’ with Juventus and faces the SACK if he loses to Inter Milan this weekend with Massimilliano Allegri on standby for dramatic return to hotseat
- Maurizio Sarri launched an extraordinary attack on his players in midweek
- The Juventus hierarchy have been extremely concerned with his words recently
- And should their negative results continue against Inter Milan Sarri could leave
- Juventus could bring back Massimilliano Allegri who is still under contract
Juventus manager Maurizio Sarri could face the sack if his side lose to title rivals Inter Milan this weekend, according to La Repubblica.
The former Chelsea boss once again launched an extraordinary attack on his players after their defeat to Lyon in the Champions League this week.
And should Juventus’ problems continue, the hierarchy could make a sensational exemption and bring back former boss Massimiliano Allegri, even if the club’s current philosophy prevents him from taking over.
Maurizio Sarri could be sacked as Juventus manager should they lose to Inter Milan on Sunday
Sarri’s words after their shock defeat in France surprised senior figures Fabio Paratici, Pavel Nedved and Andrea Agnelli – and there is a great fear of what the rest of the season may bring.
Latest reports from Italy claim the Juventus squad are struggling to understand Sarri’s ‘vague, confused and unassimilated’ instructions.
It led La Repubblica to even describe him as ‘the teacher who tells parents that he is not able to teach the alphabet to children’, given that his side lack an identity and a typical formation.
And Sarri’s sacking could pave the way for a sensational return for former boss Max Allegri
Sarri has oscillated for months between the attacking midfielder or the three strikers, and having decided on the latter, the team’s improvement has been slow ever since.
SARRI AT JUVENTUS
Games (all competitions): 36
Should his side come unstuck against Antonio Conte’s men on Sunday, the relationship between the relative parties could end 24 months earlier than the original agreement signed in the summer until 2022.
Juventus players and management are not happy with results nor the methods of the Tuscan coach, who despite the latest news could remain with the Italian champions until the end of the season.
Juventus’ squad are struggling to deal with Sarri’s vague and confused instructions
But a possible managerial change should other negative results arrive has not been discarded, with Sarri being sacked and Allegri – who is under contract with Juve until the end of the season after leaving at the end of the last campaign – being sensationally recalled.
At the club’s Continassa training centre, the team is very tense and not many words are heard during training.
The Serie A champions face another huge test against Inter and may look to Aaron Ramsey, who could be their best weapon after the Welsh midfielder put in one of the better displays in the disastrous match against Lyon.
And tensions increased after Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus lost to Lyon in midweek
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